Shooting Space: Architecture in Contemporary Photography by Elias Redstone, Kate Bush and Pedro Gadanho. First edition (2014). First impression. Large format hardback in fine condition. No markings. Dust jacket in removable protective sleeve. Please see pictures. Any questions please get in touch.
A visual survey of contemporary artists’ photography of architecture, featuring the work of Andreas Gursky, Iwan Baan, Wolfgang Tillmans, Catherine Opie, Thomas Ruff, Hiroshi Sugimoto, and more.
About Shooting Space: Architecture in Contemporary Photography
The connection between photography and architecture is stronger than ever. Photographers are increasingly working in collaboration with particular architects, which results in a fantastic symbiotic alliance where both mediums enhance each other.
Photography helps to ‘communicate’ architecture, bringing unreachable and exceptional designs that we may not be able to visit, right to our hands. Furthermore, some photographers use new technology to generate completely new visions and designs that are completely imagined but that heavily rely on architecture.
Shooting Space: Architecture in Contemporary Photography covers a diverse range of subjects and themes across the environment and presents the work of leading contemporary architects.
About the authors
Elias Redstone is the founder and Artistic Director of PHOTO 2021 International Festival of Photography.
Pedro Gadanho is an architect, curator, and writer. He is a Loeb Fellow from Harvard University. He led a recognised architecture renovation practice until 2012, when he became the curator of contemporary architecture at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
Kate Bush is the Adjunct Curator of Photography at Tate Britain. Kate is a curator and critic specialising in contemporary art and photography.
She was most recently Head of Photography at the Science Museum Group – including the Science Museum in London and National Media Museum in Bradford which she joined in 2014 – and was previously Head of Art Galleries at the Barbican Centre in London.
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